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Zoolingo – The Best Vocabulary Learning App for Your Kindergarten!


  • 11 different vocabulary games for kindergarten, featuring everything from weather to emotions
  • Stunning graphics that will keep your toddler occupied and engaged for hours
  • Easy and fun to play alone or in a group
  • Perfect for getting your child started on the path to multilingualism
  • Available in 16 languages, including English, German, Spanish, French, Russian, Norwegian, and Turkish
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Fruits and Vegetables

Pea soup tastes so much better when accompanied by our fruits & vegetables vocab game! It features images of 10 fruits and 10 vegetables, all expertly drawn and colored to catch your child’s eye and imagination.

This game consists of two parts:


  • To learn all the fruits, simply tell your toddler to make you a fruit salad. It’s tasty, fun, and educational!
  • If you want them to learn about different vegetables, there’s no better way to do it than preparing a vegetable soup!
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Body Parts:

Is it a nose? Is it an ear? Or maybe a mouth? This fun vocab game for children will teach your toddler how to correctly identify all of their body parts with no fuss and no confusion. They will learn, faster and better, how to communicate when something hurts somewhere so you won’t have to guess if it’s an earache or a tummy ache.

This game consists of two parts:

  • The first game in our body parts vocabulary app teaches kids the names of all their body parts separately, making it easy to identify areas your child is struggling with.
  • The first game in our body parts vocabulary app teaches kids the names of all their body parts separately, making it easy to identify areas your child is struggling with.
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Seasons & Weather:

Is your child struggling with the concept of weather, always insisting to go outside to play when it’s raining buckets?

This game consists of two parts:

  • Easily teach them the difference between sunny and rainy, or cloudy and stormy, in the first part of the game. After that, one look through the window will let them know if it’s better to stay inside and play.
  • The second part of the game focuses on season changes. By clicking on the icons on the screen, the seasons will change from summer to winter, or from spring to autumn, showing beautifully illustrated representations of each of those seasons.
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Days of Week:

One of the most popular games in our vocabulary app for kids – after a few days, they know exactly what it means when you tell them that their birthday is next Wednesday and can excitedly count the days until it arrives! Imagine your heart swelling up with pride once your kid learns to recite the days of the week in 16 different languages – that’s a party trick to remember!

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Opposite Words:

Our next vocabulary game for children deals with opposites and it’s an excellent tool to start teaching your child the difference between tall and short, black and white, and here and there. Two images will appear on the flash cards, visually aiding your child and helping them retain what they’ve learned after the exercise.

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Sizes & Position:

Children often have a hard time learning the details of size and position and struggle with the concept of up and down, or in front of and behind. Our vocabulary app for kids helps you solve this problem with fun, illustrated examples that help children grasp the nuances much faster than they normally would.

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Even adults have problems reading the emotional states of others so it’s not surprising that small children struggle with it. They often don’t know what they are feeling, which means that they don’t know how to properly communicate that. This is especially true for children with developmental difficulties. Help your child learn all the basic emotions and how to recognize them with Zoolingo – the best vocabulary app for kids on the market!

This game consists of two parts:

  • Standalone images describing each emotion, facial expressions, and body language associated with it.
  • An emoji game that teaches children the emotion each emoji stands for, seeing how they are pervasive in today’s online communication.


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Let’s Have Some Fun With Words!

It’s never too early to start your child on the road to bilingualism. That’s why Zoolingo is proud to present a new, comprehensive vocabulary game for kids, now available in 16 different languages.

First of all, vocabulary apps for kids are not only useful for teaching a second language. If your toddler has any issues with remembering vocab, with pronunciation, or they easily get confused about common enough words, Zoolingo can help make learning fun. Even professional educators know the value of learning through entertainment, which is why they regularly use children’s vocabulary apps when working with kids that have a speech impediment or other linguistic difficulties.

Zoolingo’s vocabulary games for kids can be fun for the whole family. Work with your child on expressions and words concerning emotions, the weather, body parts, fruits and vegetables, and days of the week. Once your toddler has mastered the basics with those games, you can start them on kids’ vocabulary games that deal with positions and sizes, as well as words that have the opposite meaning from each other.


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